Jonathan & Martha
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Beautifully illustrated tale of friendship and sharing.
When two worms who dislike each other accidentally become entangled, they learn to adapt. Simple rhythmic text makes this book a great read aloud, and the die-cut collage will be a hit with readers of all ages.
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When we meet our heroes, Jonathan and Martha are two lonely worms living on either side of a large pear tree. One day a magnificently sized green pear falls to the ground. Unaware of the others' presence, the two eat their way into a fast acquaintance. They immediately set about fighting one another, only to find that their tails are now inextricably linked. Forced to share, the two discover the pleasure of enjoying food, large and small, together. And when a hungry birdie finds a fast (and mildly painful) way of separating them, they now like sharing so much that they're willing to keep on doing it. Tangled tails or no.
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